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Classification:
Wagtails are small, flying birds.


Appearance:
Male wagtails are black above and white below. Female wagtails are grey and white. Young wagtails are brownish grey with black breast band.

Diet:
They drink water and eat worms, flies, other insects and bread.

Habitat:
Wagtails can be found in towns and gardens, on farmland and near water. Wagtails are usually found on the ground.


Behaviour:
Wagtails run along the ground. They have long tails and they bob them. This helps to keep them balanced

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